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[Translation by Human Rights in China] Guo Feixiong will soon be transferred to a prison again. His sister, after visiting him, conveyed his wishes: “I demand that in prison, [I] will have books to read, won’t have to kneel down, won’t be forced to perform labor, and won’t be beaten.” He also said...

Scenes from three events: The Hong Kong Federation of Students’ discussion forum, June 3; the “Citizens against Pseudo-Universal Suffrage” march, June 14; democracy march organized by Civil Human Rights Front, July 1.

Huang Qi ’s ( 黄琦 )mother, Pu Wenqing ( 蒲文清 ), speaks out once again to condemn the authorities’ persecution of Huang Qi. She calls on the international community to pay attention to his case and urges the authorities to transfer Huang Qi, who is suffering from various serious diseases, to a...

The UN Committee Against Torture will review China on November 17 and 18 in Geneva for its compliance with the Convention Against Torture. Here are short excerpts from China’s responses to the Committee’s List of Issues in advance of the review.

According to a source inside China, since the Two Congresses started, Pu Wenqing (蒲文清) , the 86-year-old mother of Huang Qi (黄琦) , the detained veteran rights defender and the founder of 64 Tianwang website (64tianwang.com), has been under round-the-clock monitoring by security personnel. She has...

China has enjoyed marked progress in its legal system since beginning economic reforms and opening up in the late-1970s. Training of judges, prosecutors, police, and defense lawyers has also contributed to gradual improvement of the civil and criminal justice systems. Despite these advances, legal reform continues to face serious challenges.

Human Rights in China has submitted two NGO parallel reports to the United Nations Human Rights Council, in advance of the 2013 and 2009 Universal Periodic Reviews of China. (HRIC's other submissions to UN bodies include those to various UN treaty bodies and the World Summit of Information Society.)

Submissions and reports made to United Nations treaty bodies and special mechanisms can be found below.

HRIC's other submissions to UN bodies include the Human Rights Council and the World Summit of Information Society.


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